BOSTON GLOBE ALL-SCHOLASTICS IN BASEBALL, 2010

Boston Globe All Scholastics Baseball

Each year, the Boston Globe recognizes the best high school athlete baseball players across Massachusetts. A Player of the Year is named in each division, as well as All-Scholastics across the state. See what the Boston Globe said about them then, and Boston Baseball will catch you up on what they have done since.

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Players of the Year

Athlete / School / Position   The Boston Globe Summary   The Boston Baseball Update
Eddie Campbell
Eddie Campbell

Division 1
Bridgewater-Raynham
  A two-time All-Scholastic, Campbell hit .507 (with a .658 on-base percentage), slammed two home runs, knocked in 17 RBI, and stole 17 bases. His real value came as a pitcher, going 7-3 with 119 strikeouts in 66 innings and a 0.64 ERA as the OCL co-MVP.    

Conor Ressel
Conor Ressel

Division 1
Gloucester
  Ressel eviscerated opposing pitching, hitting .571 with two homers and 28 RBI after starting the season with 10 consecutive hits. The Northeast Conference MVP is one of the state's top running backs in football, a two-time hockey all-star, and will attend UMass-Lowell in the fall.    

Jamill Moquete
Jamill Moquete

Division 2
Madison Park
  Moquete, a four-year varsity starter, has been the catalyst of the two-time Boston City League champions. He hit .405 with eight homers and 29 RBI, all with an injured shoulder that kept the third baseman from playing his natural position.    

Brendan Doonan
Brendan Doonan

Division 3
Cohasset
  Doonan anchored the Division 4 champions both at the plate (.330 batting average, 28 RBI), on the mound (6-0), and on the basepaths (21 stolen bases). He goes to URI with a .462 career average and has been a key player for the football and hockey teams.    

All-Scholastics

Athlete / School / Position   The Boston Globe Summary   The Boston Baseball Update
Carl Anderson
Carl Anderson

Lincoln-Sudbury
Pitcher
  Anderson did it all, setting school records at the plate with 10 home runs and 37 RBI while also hitting .432 and swiping 10 bags. As Lincoln-Sudbury's ace, he also fanned 56 in 46.1 innings and compiled a 1.21 ERA. The junior was named Dual County League MVP.    

Jeff Blout
Jeff Blout

Duxbury
Pitcher
  Blout went from very good the last two years to great this season, going 8-2 with a 0.58 ERA and striking out 111 in 72.1 innings. He also hit .380 with a homer. Blout, who graduated with a 4.2 GPA, will play baseball at Wesleyan.    

Evan Bunker
Evan Bunker

Masconomet
  Bunker was a driving force behind Masconomet's one-loss season. The Trinity-bound pitcher went 6-1 with 56 strikeouts in 47 innings while hitting .376 with three homers and 20 RBI as the designated hitter. He also earned All-Scholastic honors during football season.    

Michael Calzetta
Michael Calzetta

Lawrence
  Lawrence's ace struck out 69 hitters in 67.1 innings en route to a 7-1 record with a 2.18 ERA. The lanky fireballer also hit .378 and knocked in 15 runs while being named Player of the Year in the MVC (Small) for the second straight season.    

Mike Connolly
Mike Connolly

Bridgewater-Raynham
  Connolly hit .388 while smashing seven homers and swiping 13 bags for the Trojans, while going 7-1 on the hill and striking out 73. Also an All-Scholastic in football, the OCL co-MVP hopes to one day coach and will attend Maine in the fall.    

Gabe Dunn
Gabe Dunn

Masconomet
  Dunn's performance on the mound was a major reason the Chieftains finished undefeated in the regular season and won the Division 2 North title. For the year, Dunn was 10-0 with a 0.71 ERA. He struck out 65 in 59 innings and didn't give up a run in the postseason.    

John Gorman
John Gorman

Catholic Memorial
Pitcher
  The Catholic Conference MVP, Gorman hit .395 with three homers and 25 RBI for the league champs. As the team's ace, he went 8-0 with a 1.18 ERA, striking out 113 in 65 innings. He hopes to attend Boston College and also captains the football team.    

Will Marcal
Will Marcal

Lexington
Pitcher
  The Middlesex League MVP went 8-0 with a 1.51 ERA and 81 strikeouts in 59 innings. The junior southpaw also hit .440 with six homers and 37 RBIs for the league champs. A two-time league all-star, Marcal hopes to play in college.    

Brendan O'Rourke
Brendan O'Rourke

Cushing
  O'Rourke had a productive post-graduate year at Cushing, striking out 65 batters in 41.2 innings. He allowed just four earned runs all season, registering a 0.67 ERA. O'Rourke will attend Santa Fe College with plans to transfer to a four-year school.    

Devin Perry
Devin Perry

BB&N
Pitcher / Shortstop
  Perry, who has committed to play baseball at Boston College, led the Knights to their first-ever undefeated season (20-0, 15-0 ISL). The junior struck out 85 batters in 49 innings of work for a spotless 8-0 record and an 0.71 ERA.    

Jacob Propernick
Jacob Propernick

Landmark
Pitcher
  A senior starting pitcher, Propernick went the distance in all seven of his starts. In 44 innings, he struck out 72 batters and gave up 28 hits. The senior is an Arizona native and will take his game to Northern Arizona University in the fall.    

Zach Smith
Zach Smith

Silver Lake
Pitcher
  The only thing that outshined Smith's performance at the plate - a .431 average with two home runs and 14 stolen bases - was his performance on the mound. The Gordon College-bound senior was 9-2 with a 0.85 ERA and struck out 131 in 82 innings.    

Matt Soucie
Matt Soucie

Oliver Ames
  The Hockomock League MVP smashed 36 hits to set a school record for an Oliver Ames team that went undefeated in league play for the first time and was the top seed in Div. 2 South. Soucie, who also is captains the football team, will attend Westfield State.    

Dan Ubele
Dan Ubele

Tyngsborough
  The Franklin Pierce-bound Ubele had a .566 batting average with three homers and 29 RBIs, giving him 108 in his career. On the mound, the Dual County League (Small) MVP earned seven wins and compiled a 2.18 ERA while striking out 62 in 58 innings.    

Mike Weisman
Mike Weisman

North Andover
Pitcher
  Only a junior, Weisman has already pitched a no-hitter and been named CAL (Large) MVP. He hit .431 with three homers and 26 RBIs and went 7-3 with 83 strikeouts in 58.2 innings this season, giving him 17 wins and more than 170 strikeouts in his career.    

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